Finally , a universal Wacom AES stylus (from Wacom)

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  1. alisaad619

    alisaad619 Scribbler - Standard Member

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    from Wacom press release they mentioned compatible devices

    Current Devices Compatible with Bamboo Smart Bamboo Smart for select Windows 2-in-1 devices:

    • Dell® Venue™ 10, 5000 Series (5050)
    • Dell Venue Pro 10 5000 Series (5055)
    • HP® Elite x2 1021 (New)
    • Lenovo® ThinkPad® P40 Yoga™
    • Toshiba dynaPad N72 (New)
     
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    Probably I'll go ahead and buy it, since I'm getting annoyed by the tape wrapped around my TE2W10 all-aluminum stylus.
     
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    Another hope is that battery life is improved — just put in my third battery....
     
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    I hope the EMR version can work with Lenovo LT1423p monitor.
     
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    I betcha these Bamboo Smart styluses are what the USI system will look like. They may even BE based on the USI system.

    While there was no reporting, early on they did say December 2015 would be the publishing date of the standard, and since Wacom had the inside track on the whole development process, I wouldn't be surprised if these new Bamboo Smart Styluses are a direct reflection, not just of the technology, but of the marketing template they're hoping will catch on with USI.
     
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    i think LT1423p does not use wacom AES ,but not 100% sure
     
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    wacom say it will be out February , I hope that it works well on all Wacom AES devices
     
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    Wacom says the battery life will be a year (at 3 hours per day). That would be nice. Better, for me, would be a stylus that uses a AAA battery, because they are so much more readily available. I wouldn't mind the thickness.
     
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    Sorry, I mean the EMR version pen. Yes, LT1423p is EMR based, not AES.
     
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    I believe that Toshiba's pens only turned off when you put the cover on the pen tip , that's why it's not as long lasting as other wacom AES pens , other manufacturer turn it off automatically when it's not used for a while
     
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